Thursday, September 27, 2007

Autumn Harvest Sale

(L.) Booth at this weekends Autumn Harvest Sale at The Wooden Shoe Herb Farm.
Great food an
good friends at the Friday Wine, hors d'oeurve, dessert reception. This year's dates November 2 and 3.

Jeanie's beautiful cards, felt bags, and scarves
Unique and elegant jewelry

This past weekend was one of those quintessential fall weekends that we all get nostalgic about. I spent both Friday and Saturday outside in the beautiful gardens of The Wooden Shoe Herb Farm with my friend and owner Brenda Ginther. It was our 2nd annual Autumn Harvest Sale. I set up my jewelry outside under a tent and Brenda had her gorgeous and fragrant herbs, wreaths, and floral arrangements inside. A fun weekend selling jewelry and chatting with old and new friends.

We are gearing up for 2 Fall events:

Designing Women Open House

5 very talented and artsy women will gather at my home for a sale; Me with Firefly Jewelry and accessories, Jeanie Croope with note cards, scarves, and mixed media, Jane Rosemont with amazing photography, Brenda Ginther with wreathes, soaps, potpourri and dried flower arrangements, and Nancy Williams with gourmet dog treats and her organizing business

This is a great way to get a jump on the holidays or just to treat yourself.

Friday, November 2 from 5-9 ***Wine, hors d'oeurves, and dessert reception Friday
Saturday, November 3 from 9-5

We had such fun last year. Come join the fun this year.
For more information email me at

Come join the fun!

33rd Mason Christmas Craft Sale

Thursday-Saturday November 8, 9, 10
Thursday and Friday 9-9 and Saturday 9-5

This is the sale everyone waits for. It's huge and so much fun. 18 homes and more than 50 exhibitors. All the houses are decorated for the holidays and many houses feature a sampling of treats as well as holiday decorations and gift items. Look for the numbered house signs; each house will have a flyer and map of the participating artists.

This year I will be at HOUSE #12 The Iron Pig Antiques at 611 E. Columbia Rd., Mason.

1 comment:

Bev Brandon said...

oooohhh...i want to come...i would so be there if i didn't live 1,000 miles away...thank you so much for your encouraging post...i had just e-mailed my 3 older children & told them i wasn't going to blog anymore cause i didn't think they were reading it and didn't know if any other people were as not too many comments and then you popped right up with an encouraging thanks...i'll keep posting my ramblings from benbrook...hope your autumn harvest sale is sensational...